The next pavilion on our tour of this year’s Milan Expo is that of Estonia, designed by the architects at Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid. The 1200 square metre pavilion laid out on three floors is a thing of simple beauty, making the most of natural materials and a simple, geometric design which reflects the modern, dynamic nature of the nation it represents. Filled with Estonian companies, music, design, food and drinks, the pavilion shows off not only the high tech side of the Nordic nation, but also the “low tech” side, demonstrating ancient traditions and the unspoilt nature of the country. The pavilion looks like wooden blocks have been stacked on top of one another, and even features swings between the boxes which visitors can use to turn kinetic energy into electricity. Check out more images below.